The Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) has threatened its employees for suspension in case if they will be leaking the critical information of the board to the media.
Recently, a surplus amount of information has been leaked and discussed on social platforms before BCCI officially revealed it which can cause harm to the board. Consequently, Jay Shah has sent emails to almost hundred of BCCI’s employees warning them if their name occurs in the list of those leaking information, it can eventually lead to firing them of work.
The richest cricket board isn’t happy at all after the critical information has been leaked and discussed before disclosing it officially and thus, a warning of suspension has been maintained for the hundreds of employees via emails.
BCCI threatens to suspend employees on leaking sensitive information to the media
“It has been brought to our notice that some of the BCCI employees are going out in the media and giving interviews. This is against employees’ contract and poses a risk of leaking out critical information of the organization,” Shah’s office was quoted as saying in Cricket Next.
“It is expected that all of you, whether intentionally or unintentionally, who are leaking any critical information to the media or giving interview without permission from the office-bearers will address this situation immediately.
“If in future any current employee of BCCI, without prior permission, gives any kind of information to the media via any communication channel, they will have to face disciplinary action, up to and including suspension without pay and termination of employment,” the letter added.